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What is TagMo?

TagMo is an Android app which allows for cloning Amiibos using blank NTAG215 NFC tags. It was created as a result of the "DIY Amiibo cards" thread and all the collaboration that took place in it.

Features:

  • Write dump files from legitimate Amiibos into an NTAG215 tag in a way that WiiU/3DS/switch devices will consider to be a legitimate Amiibo with the same functionality.
  • Save data of a tag to a file and restore it to the same or different Amiibo/Clone provided they are of the same character/game/series.
  • Beta feature: Edit some parameters of a SSB type amiibo allowing you to change special effects, stats etc.

Limitations:

  • Only NTAG215 tags can be used to clone Amiibos. no other type (eg: NTAG216/NTAG213) are supported.
  • You will require the key files used in the Amiibo encryption. Please don't PM me about them as I am unable to share them. The thread linked above may help you find them.
  • Once you write an NFC tag, it is effectively permanent. If we rewrite the NFC tag, it will no longer be recognized as an Amiibo.
  • This means that this method can not replace Amiiqo or other Amiibo emulator devices
  • Only android phones are supported.

Requirements:

  • Amiibo Key Files. (See limitations/Don't ask me for these)
  • Some blank NTAG 215 tags (Ebay/Aliexpress)
  • Android phone with NFC (Tested on Nexus 5 running Android Lollipop)
  • Amiibo dumps or real Amiibos which you can copy. (Don't ask me for these)

Instructions:

Cloning Amiibo

  • Install the app on the phone as usual.
  • Make sure NFC is enabled.
  • If this is the first time you run the app. Use the Menu->Load key(s) file to load the key file(s)
  • Use "load tag" to load an amiibo dump file or "scan tag" to scan an Amiibo.
  • Use "Write Tag (Auto)" and place the phone over a blank NTAG215 tag to write the data and create a Amiibo out of it.

Saving Amiibo data to file

  • Click "Scan Tag" to scan the amiibo.
  • Click "Save Tag" to save data to a file. (A file name will be generated based on the tag details and saved to the download folder.)

Editing Super Smash Bros (SSB) data

  • Click "Scan Tag" to scan a amiibo. Make sure that the amiibo was once used in Super Smash Bros before.
  • Click "Edit SSB Data" to edit properties related to SSB. Using this on non SSB amiibo will corrupt its saved data. requiring you to restore it from a save file (if you have one) or to reset it. It is recommended you backup the amiibo data using the steps above before trying this out.

Credits

This app is a result of work by many others. Thanks go out to (In alphabetical order):

  • _Tim_ - The originial idea
  • 1RedOne - support/readme
  • azsde - Bug fixes/maintenance
  • Bombastisch - support and motivation
  • FinalDoom - Bug fixes/maintenance
  • H3llK33p3r - Images for browser and main screen.
  • javiMaD - Encryption algo help
  • Kidel - Bug Fixes
  • N3evin - AmiiboAPI data
  • North101 - File browser, Extended amiibo info, QR Code, general cleanup
  • masterchan-777 - Bug fixes/maintenance
  • possi - Wolf link editor
  • socram8888 - Decryotion encryption code
  • Supercool330 - Encryption algo help
  • Others who preferred to remain anonymous.
  • Many more who helped in testing.